Michael Damian

Michael Damian

actor, writer, producer

Michael Damian was born on Apr 26, 1962 in USA. Michael Damian's big-screen debut came with The Cold Heart of a Killer directed by Paul Schneider in 1996, strarring Bomber Gates.

With a prolific career both in front and behind the camera as well as in the recording studio, Michael Damian has starred on an award winning daytime drama, earned a #1 hit record on Billboard and been nominated for a Grammy for his starring turn on Broadway. He has also written and directed 12 films. Damian has just completed the second installment of his High Strung dance film franchise with the feature film High Strung Free Dance starring Thomas Doherty and Jane Seymour, which Damian co-wrote, directed and produced. He also served as Co-writer//Director on the holiday romantic comedy A Princess For Christmas starring Sam Heughan and Roger Moore. Damian has directed 3 films for 20th Century Fox, Flicka 2, Flicka: CountryPride starring Clint Black and Marley & Me: The Puppy Years. He also served as Co- writer/director/producer of the feature film Moondance Alexander released by 20th Century Fox and he wrote and directed the two romantic comedies, The Sweeter Side Of Life and Love By Design. Damian also co-wrote, directed and produced the indie crime comedy Hot Tamale and the television pilot Red Eye for Europe's largest Television network TF1. Damian's on camera work includes his eighteen-year run as Danny Romalotti on The Young And The Restless and his recurring role on The Facts Of Life. On the theater front, Damian's starring turn in the title role of the Broadway production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice musical, Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, broke box office records in both Los Angeles and on Broadway and earned Damian a Grammy nomination. In addition to his Broadway career, Damian has released five albums and has had eight Top 40 hits including the #1 single "Rock On", which earned him gold records worldwide. He won the BMI Song-writing Award for his hit single Was It Nothing At All and also wrote and produced tracks on Flicka 2 & 3, Marley & Me:The Puppy Years and A Princess For Christmas soundtracks.

  • Birthday

    Apr 26, 1962
  • Place of Birth

    San Diego, California, USA
  • Also known



9 wins & 2 nominations

Dixie Film Festival
Best Feature Film
Winner - Festival Prize
Best Comedy
Winner - Festival Prize
LA Femme International Film Festival
Best Writer
Winner - LA Femme Filmmaker Award
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